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Case Study: RockSho Concept to Reality

RockSho approached us with a rough sketch of their proposed concert calendar for their new site RockSho.com. Users will have their concerts available in a 3D panel system that allows them to select any month or shift-select various months. Events are added and removed through calls to a javascript/AJAX function on the page, avoiding page reloads on quick updates. Taking advantage of native 3D capabilities in Flash Player 10 using ActionScript 3, we completed this project in about 3 weeks.

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